Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-Above are the top two among
$10.000 worth of prizes to be
given away to contributors to
the 1961 Navy Relief Drive.
At left is the first prise,
a 1961 Chevrolet Impala
convertible. Right is the second Jflfc&iiuf3:
prize, a 14.foot SquallKingwith
trailer and motor. Donation *
tickets are available now.
Donations are 50 cents and
there is no limit on donations.

Local ChapterOf Vol. 19 No. 5 U. S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 4 May 1961

Managem't Local Units Given Key

Group PlannedPlans Roles In Space ProjectJacksonville

ktY .ri: M fb
to form a local chap- Navy units and other Navy units workingout
ter of the Armed Forces of Jacksonville have been tabbed for important rolesin

been Management announced Association have _- thp first attempt by the U. S. to rocket a man into space at
by Capt.
Cape Canaveral this week.
James R. Reedy, commandingofficer
The firing of an American into the either it centers
of NAS Jax. tr. I capsule as
"The tremendous strides in space was originally scheduledfor the atmosphere or its parachuteas
science and industry of the past Tuesday morning, but bad it descends. The squadron is
few years and the increasinglyrapid weather postponed the shoot for an old hand at this sort of thing,
pace of present day de- at least 72 hours, with the final having participated in several
velopments make it essential countdown expected Friday successful recoveries of test cap
.. at the earliest.
.i.k? morning sules.
that management personnel exert
every effort. to advance their Patrol Squadron Five, a unit Other Navy units comprisingthe
knowledge and techniques to of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, based gigantic sea, air, and land
keep abreast of these develop- here at NAS Jax, has been force participating in the project
ments", Captain Reedy explainedin handed a key role in the recovery have left Mayport Naval Sta
announcing the plans.IN of the capsule carryingour tion. The Lake Champlain, on
OUTLINING the need for first into As of whose deck the man-carrying
man space.
A FIRST AT VP5Comdr. T. H. Casey (left), skipper of
improvement, Capt. Reedy said Patrol Squadron Five and Comdr. R. L. Huber, executive of. Tuesday Navy Comdr. Alan B. capsule will be desposited, and
that many military personnel are fiver assist Walter Landon with his new Jaygee bars. Landonis Shepard Jr. was scheduled to be the destroyers Wadleigh, Abbot,
not familiar with management the first in Patrol Five to be advanced under the new CPO. the first man to be lofted in the Sullivans and Rooks will take
to Lt (jg) Limited Duty! Officer program, designed to augmentthe
techniques and that many civi- Navy's Junior officer ranks. To qualify, selectees must brief journey into space. their positions down the Atlantic
lian employees do not appreciatethe have 18 and one-half years service and must be highly recom- Aircraft of VP-5 will act as Missile Range from Cape Ca-
speed and complexity of mili- mended. Landon for the past two years has served as the for (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1)FreeRefreshments)
squadron's maintenance planning chief. eyes for the fleet, searching
tary development and the result-
ing demand for rapid and fre-

quent adjustment of perspectives.The House ScheduledFor ,
Big Open Program
non-profit Association organization is a national devotedto Rides Saturday In

ment the throughout improvement the Defense of manage-De- Armed Forces Day On May 20NAS Beaches Pal Day

partment. Membership in the organization Jacksonville beach commu-
offers management nities are opening their arms
personnel the opportunity to Jacksonville will join in the annual nationwide observance of Armed Forces to servicemen, their families,

share in and contribute to the Day on Saturday, May 20, with a big Open House celebration.With I and girl friends on Saturday,
devploompiit of new techniques. the public invited to view May 6. Jacksonville Beach's
PROPOSED objectives of the the proceedings, the program the pilot, and an aerial photo I Griffen Amusement Area is

local chapter will be ((1)) to pro- outlined for the day calls for flash display by local aircraft. offering free rides from 1300

vide a means of exchanging VP-16 DUE BACK special demonstrations, a para- TENTATIVELY scheduled is an to 1500, and refreshments will
management "know how" and be free at the Jax Beach USO
chute drop, static displays and actual inflight refueling demon-
techniques between Station de- FROM MED DUTY; from 12 noon to 1600.
partments, naval activities in the other events. Hangar 115 and stration by Navy aircraft, and This "Pal Day" for the

Jax area, other DOD and Armed VP-18 RELIEVES vicinity will be the center of activity an afterburner takeoff by super- Armed Forces is being spon-

Forces installations, industry Patrol Squadron 16 which for the celebration.THE sonic jets of the Navy, Other sored by the USO. The ser

groups and other professional has been operating with the 13TH Special Forces, an demonstrations are being plan- viceman's uniform will be his
management societies; (2) to ticket for the activities. Dependents
Army unit from Jackson- ,
U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Medi- ned.
foster interest and participationof and guests of ser
professional groups and indi- terranean under the opera- ville, will be featured in a seriesof The Static Display portion will vicemen must be accompaniedby
viduals in Armed tional control of Commander parachute drops in one of the
improving feature exhibits by all armed the man in uniform. Those
Forces management; ((3)) to fur- Fleet Air Mediterranean for highlights. services, training and combat dependents whose husbandsare
ther civilian-military relation- the past six months, is due to Among the special demonstrations equipment, weapons, and associated deployed should apply at
ships within the military serv- return to its home baseat already scheduled are heli- gear, industrial type dis- the Jax Beach USO for admission
ices and through such relation- NAS Jax early this month. copter rescue pick-up, comic helicopter plays and various displays depicting tickets.

ships within the military services Relieving VP-16 on station demonstration, jato assisted missions of local units The communities of Neptune
and increase the efficiencyof will be Patron 18 commandedby takeoff, a firefighting and commands. Atlantic and Jackson

the military depart- Comdr.W.W.Honour.Com demonstration in which Navy Gates to the Naval Air Station ville Beach are giving free
ments; and ((4) to study and manding officer of VP-16 is firefighters display methods and parking meter service for the
will at 1100 and will closeat
techniques of extinguishing a open
report on special subjects or Cmdr. R. F. Bishop. day.
(Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) flaming aircraft and removing] 1700.


2 JAX Am NEWS <4< May 1961

-6 CIVIL SERVICE WinnersAnnouncedIn Flower Show

Originality of design and superb -

laI .. News In ReviewThe color combination high-
c.,.. James L Reedy Commending Office:
Comdr. Kobert Neleon Executive Off Ic., first returns have been lighted the 30 entries in six categories -
NAB Six flee AIr Jacbmvffie with non-dependent husbandsas for "Springtime Aboard"
Lear Mm. Kenneth Craig ________ Commander reported by the Civil Service
Capt. Graysfon H. WebecC Chief of Stiff, FalrJax Commission to the nationwide are charged other married NAS Jax Garden Circle annual

pt. Nelson AIL Head -- Chief of Stiff, HAl Six survey among Government employees employees; 3-Special reduced flower show held April 21 at the
Pleef Mr WIlt, I.....*
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. __ _ _ _____ Commander regarding the Federal rates for certain groups, such as Officers' Club.Tricolor .
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Stiff Officer employee health insurance pro- young families, small familiesand award for the best
Naval Air Technical Tralnlnij Unit .
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer gram. couples of child-bearing age. arrangement in the show wentto

Comdr Marion K. Smith_ _ _ _ Executive Officer Thus far, 15,000 questionnaireshave Mrs. Stephen W. Denham for
Navel Heseltel answered and the Major complaints were delaysin
been an oriental design trimmed cot-
Capt. Wlllltm L tngelmen Commanding Officer paying claims, other difficulties -
Capt. John O. Fade, _ _ Executive Officer CSC hopes to survey about 200, with claims forms and pro ton plant leaves and chrysanthemems. -
NARTU 000 employees. .
cedures and the feeling that the
Capt. F. H. Holt
Comdr. William M. Miller _ _ _ __Commanding Executive Officer Officer: Although the survey thus far plans don't pay enough for Top awards in "Wetting Down"
shows that the "overwhelmingmajority" this class went to Mrs. T. J. Cum-
what they cost. Despite the
Printed commercially with non-epproprteted funds In J.daonvlll., Florida at noexpense of Government employees mings; in "All Dressed Up In
to the CSC said 90 percent of the
government end In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958 ,
Distributed free of charg. to military and civilian pertonnel of Fleet Air Jackaonvtlle, are well satisfied with workers said they would stay Whites," Mrs. E. A. Grunwald;
Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air the program, many of them, says and in "Commissioned Officers Mess
....,,. under their present plans
Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. made "
the CSC, have specific Opened, Mrs. John C. Dixon;
Service Information Officer __ c.mdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. only 10 percent would changeif
proposals for changes to improve "Balancing the Scales for
Assistant Service Information Officer _ Andrew H. Pleney they could do so now. Success -
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOt; Staff Reporters-Sandy. Martinion, JOSN, the program. The changes e ," Mrs. G. M. Johnson; in
Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. most frequently requested by v "Anchors Away," Mrs. MarvinM.

Member Councils of North of Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern end International employees are: Despite much campaign oratory Lindsay; and "Orders! On
The Jax Air News is a member Editors.of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material 1-More detailed and specific there seems to be no '!'in- our Wayl", Mrs. Stephen W. Den-

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs nformation, especially about dication that any change is ham.
unless otherwise credited, are official I U. S. Navy Photographs. enefits; 2-The same premiumsto forthcoming in the Veterans
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phon extonalorn Preference Laws.The'Veterans .
8164, 656, 272 or 216. be charged married women -
Preference Laws
are working well, says Civil

Service Commission chairman
f 4 I
has been increasing
S John Macy. "There UsDo
t i acceptance of the valid-

PROTESTANTSunday ity of the benefits," he said. you worry when your wife

( ) 41 : Criticism has come from some takes the family car?

0830( -Services, All Saints' I 3; veterans on the fact that the That was the question this
Chapel carrier conditional appointment' week asked of the male sex

0930-Services, Naval Hospital system introduced a few years aboard the Station by the Jax

Chapel ago now requires a veteran to Air News' roving reporter."No .

0930-Sunday School, Bldg. 722 I L have three years service beforehe I don't worry too much.I .

0930( -Adult Bible Class, Bldg. has absolute retention rights think she is an excellent

722 S.SS over non-veterans. Before that driver. She has been driving for

0930-Services, All Saints' : absolute rights came after one about nine years and the only

Chapel : __ __ __ __ S, year. The CSC chairman feels accident she had was when she
1100 Services, All S a i n t s' ; / this three-year requirement was scraped someone's fender. The
Chapel S fair. bad thing about that was it took

1830()-T e e nag e Fellowship, :1M' e e e place in front of the Station Po

Small Chapel lice." Charles T. Tawney, PHI,
1830( Senior Hi has been asked
Fellowship, Congress by Photo Lab.

Bldg. 722 T TL the Kennedy Administration to "No. Definitely not. I trust her

1830( -United Fellowship, Bldg. > I approve legislation to create 801 .
722 ___ I more top jobs in Government "" '
___ :
CATHOLIC ;_____ L : paying $14,255 to $19,000 a year.
(Sunday) Of this number 598 would be

0630-Mass, Naval Hospital NOW CONNECTED WITH ATLANTA Capt. James R. super-grade jobs in Grades 16-
Chapel Reedy (right) cuts the ribbon officially opening the NAS Jax- 18 paying $14,255 to $18,500 a
NAS Atlanta transceiver circuit Monday. The new facility is
0830 and 1000-Mass, St. Ed the last of four transceiver circuits In a network which connects year. At least 50 would be ,for
ward's Chapel NAS Supply Department with other naval activities in the the Army, Navy and Air Force.
JEWISH southeast. At left is Capt. J. J. Davis Jr, NAS Supply Officer. The other 100 jobs and their

(Friday) allocation to departments or

2000 Worship Service in agencies would be decided by

Small Chapel every Friday, Bldg. Last Link In Transceiver the President. Smith lawney

752 e SC 100 per cent with the family car.

2100-Oneg Shabbat, Small Network Now .In OperationThe The Senate Civil Service Com- She has very good judgementnot

Chapel, every Friday" mittee, headed by Chairman only with the car but in all

last of four transceiver circuits in a network which Johnston, is conducting hearingson other instances." Virgil H. Smith,

With The connects the NAS Jax Supply Department with other naval a number of important Gov- refrigeration and air conditioning

activities in the southeast was placed in operation early Monday ernment employee bills. mechanic, Public Works.

Toastmasters i morning. Scheduled for early hearingsare "Yes, I do worry when she

The NAS Jax-Atlanta transceiver : A bill to provide additionallife takes the car. She burns up more
lifeline or our fleet operationalforces
At last week's meeting of Mar- circuit was officially insurance for Government gas than I do. I leave it home
and stated that this new
Nav Toastmaster 2280, a new opened when Capt. James R. employees and their families. quite often and I object to her
chairman was initiated and the Reedy, commanding officer of facility would improve the capa- The additional insurance would' taking it so much because of the

club had another parliamentarydrill. the Station, cut the ribbon and bility of aviation supply activities be about 25 percent fore than gas." Edgar C. OrtonADCVA44."No. .

Bill Collins served as chair- transmitted a message of wel- in the Jacksonville complexto employees now have and would I don't worry when my
man for his second time. come to Capt. I. J. Schwartz, maintain supply support effectiveness not be subject to reduction on
at a high level.
skipper of NAS Atlanta."INSTALLATION attaining age of 65 or upon retirement -
Toastmaster of the evening was The network also includes NAS if beyond that age as
of this
Joe Heald. Speakers were Bob new Sanford, Mayport Naval Station is now the case; A bill to allow
Quails, Jim Evans, and Frank facility marks the completion of
and NAS Glynco, Ga. and can Federal employees to retire on
the second stage of a phased
Herron. Evans told the club
be connected with net-
a larger full annuities after 30 years of
about the rewards of helping program to improve our techni-
work which connects the Naval
regardless of age; Bill
of and utilizing ,
needy children Herron ques managing i<
; gave an
Aviation Office in Philadelphia
Supply to increase present $12 a day
educational talk on how to invest material resources", Captain
with all aeronautical -
major maximum travel allowance for
said. He stressed the importance t
Reedy -
your money, and Quails imitateda
supply activities on the east Federal employees to $16.
of supply support as a :
southern politician while
cam- and Gulf coasts.AVAILABLE 'i\\::;. .,
paigning for Quail ,. .... "'.t
governor. was meeting as guests. for voice communications the material requirements of the Urton Hay
voted the of the
speaker -
ning. eve At next week's meeting, Pre- or for the transmis- fleet. I wife takes the car, because she

: Critisism will be used as the typeof sion of punched card type requisitions It also permits centralizationof I has been driving longer than I

Attending the meeting as guests speaker evaluation. The club this vast network enables record keeping functions at have. I think she is a pretty

were Don Dillinham and Bob was also reminded that on May NAS Jax Supply Depart- NAS Jax, where the tasks can good driver. Besides, she has
Kuhlke. Cal Gardner and Vic 18 there will be discus- under
a panel ment, Supply Officer be performed faster and more never had an accident with the
Ashley of the Green Cove sion on the Public Educational Capt. James J. Davis, to do a accurately with data "
processing car. Walter A. Ray, HM3, Main-
Springs Club also attended the system. more effective job of supplying machines. side Dispensary.P.age .

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4 May 1961 JAX AIH NEWS Page 3



Grumblings are being heard on

Capitol Hill over the high cost

of retired pay for military per
sonnel, and this huge hunk of Thursday May 4

the budget is increasing alarm Mainside-Last Train From

ingly as the years go by. Gun Hill, 1900 only.

The Government has made an NATTUnit-Atomic Submarine

exhaustive study of this problem 1900 only.

and the Bureau of Social Science Hospital Homocidal, 1900

Research, which conducted the only.

study, has come up with the below Friday May 5
Mainside-Swan Lake (Color
This the number of officers
Ballet Classic), 1900 only.
and men on the retired rolls
NATTUnit Last Train From
is 273,000 with a cost of $758 mil -
Gun Hill 1900
lion for retired pay each year. .
Hospital Atomic Submarine
In 1964, this number will rise to '"" '" ,
1900 only.
368,000 retired, at a cost $1 billion

per year. In 14 years this Saturday May 6Mainside

will jump to 797,000 retired, cost- -Journey to the Lost

Ing over $2 billion each year. City, 1900 onlyNATTUnitSwan

Twenty years from now, in Lake (Color

1981, there will be 1,202,000 military Ballet Classic), 1400 & 1900.
Hospital-Last Train from Gun
men on the retired rolls at a
TENT CITY ON "OA" DAY-Here is a view that confronted Stationites last Friday during Hill, 1400 & 1900.
yearly cost of $3,210,000,000. National Operation Alert 1961. Ac part of the drill conducted by Disaster Control Teams of NAS during
Secretary Emeritus of the the Operation, seven tents were erected. Here the Disaster Control Team members bivouacked Sunday, May 7
Fleet Reserve Association, overnight to simulate an evacuation to Gainesville.: A command post, complete with communications Mainside-House on Haunted
sanitary facilities and kitchen, was established.
Charlie Lofgren, said it is obvious Hill, 1400 & 1900.

that Congress will try to do NATTUnit Journey to the

something about this. Already 'Operation Alert'Called First Wove Reports Lost City, 1400 & 1900.

Congressional leaders are talk Hospital-Swan Lake (Color
ing about having the military For May port Duty Ballet Classic), 1900.

contribute to the cost of their Successful Mayport Naval Station's Monday, May 8
retirement he staled.
own ,
Units of NAS Jacksonville participated in the nation first enlisted Wave, ThelmaL. Mainside-Auntie Mame, 1900.
Also, according to the study
wide Operation Alert 1961 conducted last Friday with Kuhn, HM2, reported for NATTUnit House on a
made by the Bureau of Social
Haunted Hill, 1900.
enlisted drills and a simulated ev uation. Team members bivouac duty on April 17 and has begun
Science Research, men
Hospital-Journey to the Lost
ked aboard the Station to simulate an evacuation
overnight work in the dependents'section
will eventually comprise three-
Gainesville. Fla. City, 1900.
of the retired personnel. to of the dis-
quarters I Mayport
A command post complete Tuesday, May 9
The Bureau also credits the beyond drilling their Disaster .
with mobile radio communications pensary.An Mainside Matter of Morals,
Fleet Reserve Association as being Control teams commensurate with
sanitary facilities and field eight-year veteran of 1900.
the only organization that has the Station "Seek Shelter Drill"and
knowledge of enlisted retired kitchen was set up by members operational commitments."The naval service, Miss Kuhn reported NATTUnit Auntie Mame,

problems. of assigned teams. drills were Very success to Mayport from the 1900.
PERSONNEL participated Hospital House Haunted
on a
Branch 91, 8554 Roosevelt ful," said Comdr. George Center, Clinical Laboratory and Blood
in the drill by reporting Hill, 1900.
Blvd., a half-mile south of NAS mustering places and Disaster Control Officer. "Much Bank School at the Naval Hospital
to assigned beneficial training was achieved Wednesday, May 10
Jacksonville on Highway 17, Is receiving instructions from drill ; San Diego, where she
strong and progressive in FRA by the drill," he added. Mainside-Curse of the Were
instructors. served as an instructress.To .
affairs. Details can be obtained wolf, 1900.
at the FRA Club, or by contact Various units conducted plotting and Ctndr. Honour New the 485 shore-based per NATTUnit Matter of Morals
exercise, registered evacuees', sonnel at Mayport, Thelma 1900.
ing Branch 91 President Tom
provided sanitation facilities for Of VP-18 Kuhn's presence goes beyond Hospital-Auntie Mame 1900.
Feaster (call PO 4-9313)),. or any the drill. Skipper the professional performance ,

Branch 91 member. DURING THE drill the Naval Patrol Squadron 18, a unit of of duty which she most capably

Nominations for Branch 91 officers Hospital simulated drill partici Fleet Air Wing Eleven at NAS can render, but touches Fire Chief Sez.
will be held at the Jax has of .
regular pation. The Hospital was pre a new commanding also on the fact that at last
meeting on May 4. All offices pared to implement its plan for ficer. Mayport is being blessed with Preventing a fire is much

are up for grabs. Branch 91 President the treatment of mass casualties. Comdr. Walter Honour Mon that desired quality called easier and less costly than extinguishing

Tom Feaster, has stated Tenant commands were not required day assumed command of the femininity.It one. To help pro

that he does not intend to run to participate in the alert squadron, relieving Comdr. tect you and your loved ones

for the office again and will Richard Sampson Comdr. Hon from fire, your department will
devote his energies to the Club. steak dinner will be held at the our was formerly executive officer a man reaches into a hat I be in the Housing Area for its
and pulls out a rabbit, it's mag
Saturday night,
FRA Club on of the squadron. I annual inspection of dwellings
The meeting will start at 2000 ic. It a woman reaches into her I ,
May 6 at 2000. Comdr. Sampson, under whose Help yourself to some free In
at the FRA Club, 8554 Roosevelt hand bag for a door key and,
Blvd. Members and guests of leadership the squadron gained surance. Give your fire depart
Charles A. Herget, National pulls put a door key, it's a mi
members of Branch 91 are in President of the Fleet Reserve national recognition for its exploits racle. ment an opportunity to serve
vited. including the recovery of
Association announces that the you.Remember
The quarterly membership. the capsule carrying Ham the Naval War College at Newport, Fire Prevention is
Yukon Fla. Branch 126 is now
monkey ,into space, will attend R.I. our business; make it yours.
in first place with the largest

gain membership in the associa

tion.During the last nine months

126 had a 54 percent gain. Five

other branches in Florida also

had an outstanding gain. They

are, Tarpon Springs, 46%; Pensa-

cola, 26%; Orlando, 21%; St.

Petersburg, 7%, and Sarasota,

a new branch.
The branch has voted to start

the next phase of Operation Red,

White & Blue from May Day for

six weeks to Flag Day, June 14. "

We have selected May 1, (Loyalty

Day) as the "Kick-off" for

Ii. this nationwide campaign. Make

May & June "Red, White and JITW.i

Blue Days" by proudly flying

CITED AT VAP-62- Joseph your flag. Flags are available
T. Woods, PN2, was chosen as from the NAS Jax Navy Exchange -

Sailor of the Month at 62.Heavy Assigned Store for $2.60. SAVINGS BOND DRIVE LAUNCHED Military and civilian personnel of Navy activities
Photographic Squadron Personnel Office, The next board of directors in the Jacksonville area launched their 1961 Savings Bond drive with a big rally at the Mainside
to the Martin left vice of the Barnett National Bank, principal
selected for hlf meeting will be May 10, at 1930 Theatre last Friday. Harold ( ) president
Woods was speaker at the rally, points to the huge bond renlica signifying the theme of the drive. During
outstanding: performance, lead behavior at Meeting Hall. Next Ladies the drive throughout May, Navy activities will attempt to increase their participation in the
ership abilities, military Auxiliary meeting Is May 11. payroll savings plans. At right is Capt. Nelson Head, chairman of the Navy bond drive.
and appearance.


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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 4 May 1961


Government Restates PositionOn y kRd r, l

Non-Discrimination PolicyThe s+ {

Secretary of the Navy, in a recent instruction indicated -

his personal interest in the non-discrimination policyin

employment for the Federal service. In the directive, all 4r

officials were encouraged to intensify their efforts to assure ,

compliance with this policy. 44 i
Executive Order 10925, effec- '. u' '
is the firm policy of the Depart-
tive April 6 1961 reaffirmedthe
on ,
ment of Defense. It is a policyto
administration's posi-
present which I shall give continuingand
tion in assuring that discrimination positive emphasis."I 44 :; ,' t'

against employee or -
any applicant
for in the 4 cj
gress has been made within the
Federal Government because of
Department of Defense toward ;
race, color, religion or national I
achieving the objective of this
origin is prohibited.THE .
policy. However, much work remains -
FOLLOWING is a reprintof
to be done to assure full
the memorandum for all em-
equality of opportunity."It .
ployees issued by Secretary of is the obligation of all of
Defense Robert McNamara under
us in the Department to see that
date of March 24, 1961, on the i tr ;: ;
there are barriers in the way
of non-discrimination in
subject of achieving this objective. We ___..mm
employment: must take steps to assure that DISPLAY SUPERVISOR AWARDS-Receiving certificateslast

"President Kennedy, in an- personnel actions are based solelyon Tuesday for completion of a supervisor training course were High School Seniors
nouncing recently his programof merit and fitness, and that 17 employees of NAS Jax. On hand to present the awards was
equal opportunity in employ- Capt. James R. Reedy, .commanding officer of NAS. First row
members of
minority are
ment for all citizens, said: groups (left to right) are Mary Sprake, Mrs. Simeon West Supply: Get AppointmentsTo
aware of employment, promotionand Andrea Ruff O&R: Captain Reedy: Norman Burris Anthony
"I have dedicated my Adminis- training opportunities."The Breda and Harold Moore O&R. Second row: James Boren.

tration to the cause of equal op- Department of Defense, Security: Ray' Whelpley. Chester King. Luther Pittman. Lany NROTC ProgramHigh
in the Massey, and Walter Gneisig, O&R. Back row Capt. James J.
portunity employment by
as the largest employer of civi- Davis, Supply Officer and Lcdr. Ted Payne Security Officer,
government. I have no doubt lians, must conform fully with who witnessed the presentation: Louie Fletcher. O&R: Dragatine school seniors totaling

that the vigorous enforcement of the letter and spirit 'of the non- Mamich Delbert Williams Supply: and Landry Wintz, O&R: 1328 were given principal appointments -
this order will mean the end of discrimination policy. I am and Capt. T. B. Haley. O&R Officer; who also was on hand. for the 1965 NROTC

such discrimination." counting on all of you-officials, class this year. Another 929 were

"This principle of equal opportunity supervisors and employeeStogive Supervisory Training Course named as alternates for the tui-

without regard to race, full support and cooperationto tion-paid college training.

creed, color, or national originHONORED the President's program."
Those who are selected for the

Completed By 17 EmployeesSeventeen training are eligible to enroll

this fall in any of the 52 NROTC

NAS Jax employees colleges in the United States.

received certificates for comple- leadingman metalsmith, aviation; They must make their own arrangements -

.....'... tion of the Basic Supervisor Harold Moore, leadingman air- on enrollment with
Training Course, at informal craft mechanic, motor; Luther the colleges. The Navy pays $50a

ceremonies held last Tuesday. I Pittman, leadingman joiner; An- month plus tuition and books,
drea Ruff, mail and file supervisor the
Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding equivalent of about $9000, or

officer of HAS Jax,I ; Ray Whelpley, leadingman a four-year scholarship.On .
painter, aircraft finish & insignia -
presented the certificates and related completion of college, eachof
; Landry leadingman -
b some of the responsibilitiesof those in the program are required -
aircraft mechanic, general;
a supervisior to the group. to four
serve years on
Al: I The course covered 72 hoursof Kingston Wolf, asociate super- active duty.Selections.
visory inspector, metals; and
four month
instructions over a
Louis Fletcher, production dispatcher are made on the
period and was designed to train
basis of state quotas assigned in
new supervisiors in fundamentals -
the ratio of total male high
of good management and Presented certificates from
supervision.O&R :Supply were Dragatine Mamich, school graduates last June and
after each candidate has taken
leadingman stockman
employees receiving cer- ;
tificates were Anthony Breda, Sprake, stock control supervisor the nation-wide applicants ex-

supervisory inspector, aircraft; ; Mrs. Simeon West, stock con- amination.

Norman Burris, leadingman air- trol supervisor; and Delbert Wil- Final selection is made by a

craft mechanic, rubber; Walter liams, EAM supervisor. state committee which includesone

Gneisig, leaderman machinist; Receiving certificates from fie- senior Navy or Marine

Chester King, leadingman metal- curity was James Boren, guard Corps Officer, an educator anda

.smith aviation; Larry Massey, supervisor. i business man.
AT NATTU-Capt. R. J. Fleming commanding !
officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, congratulates
James Johnston. TD1. on being the first Sailor-of-the-Month at Marine Detachment
NATTU. Johnston won out over all other candidates who had
been recommended by their division officers. Getting 'Baby'Pilots

of the Marine Air Re-

.Johnston Selected NATTU's serve Detachment at NAS Jax

are about to get a new "baby."

First 'SailoroftheMonth'To Pilots generally refer to any

new aircraft as a new "baby".

James H. Johnston, TD1, In this case it's the Douglas A4D
seeing and entertainment.The .
of the Training Facilities Depart- Skyhawk attack bomber.

ment at the Naval Air Technical "Sailor of the Month" pro- Last Thursday Major Dean

Training Unit the honor established Medaris became the first reserve a
goes gram was on April
of receiving the first "Sailor, of I 11 by Capt. Robert J. Fleming, pilot of the Detachment to begin -

the Month" award presented by commanding officer of NATTU, his checkout flights in the
Skyhawk, an airplane indentical b
the command.In as a means or recognizing out- a
with the one being used by Ma-
addition to having the award standing achievements on the
rine attack squadrons in servicein
entered in his service record, part of enlisted men.
the fleet.

Johnston and his family will be All enlisted personnel are eli-i By the end of the summer all
treated to a weekend in St. Au- gible for the award
except 55 reserve pilots of the detach-
gustine with all expenses paid. petty officers. Each man is selected ment will have put in at least
This includes hotel, meals, sight- by his division
officer some time in the A4Ds. Until

every month and all selectionsare now the three squadrons of the
Assessment 163164The
reviewed by a Board com- detachment have been flying

Employees' Mutual Death posed of the executive officer, Grumman F9F-8 Cougar jets.

Benefit Society has issued notice director of training and military The A4D will increase the de- APRIL COFFEE HOUR-Hosting three employees of his
department during the April "coffee hour" at Public
Works is
advising members that assess- personnel officer. The board tachment's destructive
selects capacityin Capt. J. Henry Etter. Selected employees meet and have cof-
ments 163 and 164 are payable three men, whose names the neighborhood of 100 per- fee with the Public Works Officer in recognition for their out-

within the 10-day period May 3 are submitted to the commanding cent and, the capacity ,to carry standing performance. Seated left to right are Geoffrey Mims
to May 16. officer for final selection. weapons will be doubled. administrative) division Viola Higginbotham, transportation
division: and Clifford Wemp maintenance division.

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i 6ND, Fleet, All-Navy

{ v .Y 4..3FM

Station To Host Three

Rifle Pistol MeetsNAS

N $cA. ,

Jax seems to have a monopoly this year on pistol

{: and rifle championship competition, having been handedthe
., host role for the Sixth Naval District, Fleet and All-

i Navv Rifle and Pistol Championships..
SS $ I 4'' The District matches will beheld '
will start June 5, with pre-com-
15 26 Fleet
May through ;
petition action beginning about
5 1kr: ; matches, June 5 through 10; and
May 29. Each participating com-
3 the All-Navy from June 19
mands will provide its
through the 24th. Pistol competition -
will be staged at the pistol
All-Navy pre-competition will
range aboard the Station while
be held from June 12-16, with
rifle events are set for Camp
championship shooting to starton
Z4 located State
Blanding Range, on
June 19.
Highway 215.Precompetition.
The All-Navy winners will
practice for
"S train at NAS Jax for the Na-
3: 3 :
:$ the 6ND meet will get underwayMay
tional Rifle and
READY AIM. FIRE!Preparing for the upoming District.: Fleet and All-Navy Rifle and 15. This will include classes Pistol Matchesto
Pistol Championships to be hosted by NAS Jax, are these four sharpshooters from activities}. and range practice. Small arms be held at Camp Perry, Ohio
aboard the Station. Pictured "squeezing" their .45s are (left to right) Larry Payne. A02, Ord. from July 28 to August 5 for
nance and Gunnery: G. D. Carapellotti AOC. Ordnance and Gunnery: Lcdr. Jane Farr Nurse at Marksmanship instructors will pistol, and August 6-27 for rifle.
the Naval Hospital: and Parrell Franks AE1, of AE "B" School at NATTU. conduct classes in .22, 38, and .45
The winners will form the All-
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caliber pistols and .30 caliber
Service team. '
BOWLINGMainside I Actual 6ND shooting begins I II I
SPORTS May 22, for pistol and May 23
bowlers enjoyed a
for rifle.
full week of intramural competition i'TEWSFour
The Atlantic Fleet matches
on the newly refinished alleys Armed

before the beginning of the
Jets Host KnoxvilleIn
Sixth ND Bowling Tournament

went yesterday.: Here's sow the action Clubs Stay UnbeatenIn 4-Game Series' Forces PlayJax

Jacksonville's Jets of the ClassA
Navy's injury-ridden var-
In the American loop, Dispen-
sary enjoyed the only shutoutover Mainside Softball PlayAs Sally League host the Knox- sity volleyball team, winner ol
ville Club in four series
the Dudes 4-0; Faetu "A" game the Southeastern AAU and South

split 2-2 with the Hornets, as ,action in the Mainside intramural Softball league beginning tonight. Atlantic Regional tournaments,

did Marines "A" and the Goers; entered its third week of play, four teams still remain un- Singles games will be played will get another crack at the

all the rest had 3-1 tallies: beaten. Marines, NARTU and Aircraft Maintenance have through Sunday. Weekday games NAS Oakland-All Navy champsat

Grounders over Holy Rollers, unblemished marks in the American loop, while V A-44 is begin at 1945, while Sunday's the Armed Forces Tourna-

A/C Maint "A" over Dental, Hos- the lone_ unbeaten entry. in the National. contest starts at 1430. ment to be held at Duluth, Min-

pital over Grocers, Wood Chop- In last week's action in the The Jets leave Monday for a nesota, June 8-13. .

pers over Able Dogs and Ops American circuit, NARTU cap- tured a pair of games, defeating three game series at Charlotte. Coach MacMcGuckin gives the
Hospital 8-6, and Faetu, 9-1. Special Services in Building 704 Fliers a better chance in the Na-
AUW over the Road Runners.In .
ComFairJax likewise annexedtwo has tickets for all Jets games at tionals this year than ever be-

the American, there were Fliers Drop 2; wins, thumping Dispensary reduced prices. fore. This makes the fifth con-
six blitzes: Slaughter House Five 16-4 and Supply 8-4. The Ma- secutive time Jax has enteredthe

chopped the Pen Queens; Spar- rines added a pair of victories Force 679th, 28-8, and VU-10, spike derby. They never

tans crushed the Scope Dopes; Host GordonIn with a 10-9 verdict over Opera- 10-0. A3D School nipped VAP62 placed over than third in the

Raiders scuttled the Neversails; tions and a 10-7 win over Ad- 12-11; and VAP-62 spanked past.

VA-35 "A" drowned FAW-11 ministration.In VU-10, 15-5. The Fliers were eliminated
Gold; A/C Maint "B" whippedthe Three TiltsJax STANDINGS becauseof
other American action Aircraft from the All-Navy go
Marines "B" and Army ADA AMERICAN NATIONAL extensive injuries to their
Maintenance shutout
Navy varsity diamondeers TEAM W L TEAM W L
down A/C Maint "C" 4-0.
In spite of this
The Paymasters beat FAETU "B"s1 had a tie and a loss to show for Supply, 10-0; Admin trounced Marine 4 0 VA.44 4 0 starting lineup.
their two efforts at Mason Field O&R, 18-8; and Hospital really NARTU 4 0 VP-5 2 1 however, All-American Jim
and the Warriors downedthe
Sky last week. poured it on O&R, 25-0. A/C Maint 3 0 Air Force 679 2 2 Pitts, instructor at AE "A"
Scatter Pins 3-1, to completethat ComFairJax 2 1 A3D School 2 1 School, was selected for a berthon
league. The Fliers saw a six-run first National League leader VA-44 Admin 2 2 VA-165 1 2 the All Service team. Thisis
had posted a couple of victories, 19-0 FAETU 1 2 VAP-62 1 2
National leaguers rolled four inning lead dissipated and the highest honor bestowed
Hospital 1 2 VU-10 02
shut outs: Air Force 679th over to be content with a 7-7 tie with over FAW-11 and an 8-6 win Supply 1 3 FAW-11 0 2 upon a military volleyballer.

VP-30 "B", 3rd Crewmen over Jacksonville University in a over VA-165. VP-5 kept pace by O&R 1 13 Members of the local squadare

Pan Handlers, Rolling Pins over game called because of rain last winning two, defeating Air Ops 0 4 T. F. McGuckin, ComFairJax -

FAWll.Blue; and 0 & R overDisbursing Wednesday. coach; Jim Pitts, NATTU;

"B" 4-0. The Boome- Singles by Ron Tucker and John Loper, VA-44; Howard

rangs split 2-2 with MAD Foxes, Josh Watson started the Fliers Daniel, NAS; Melvin Wurster,

Electrons won over the Hawks off with a bang as they postedsix VA-44; Bill Manley, NAS Cecil

3-1; and the Phantoms squirmedpast big tallies in the first. How- Field; Gabe Champagne, VF-174;

the Trojans 3-1. ever, the Dolphins came back to Al Eckert, NAS Cecil Field; Ray
Winstead VF-31 Calla-
go ahead 7-6. It took a rally byJax ;
in the seventh to tie the han, NATTU; and Ken Steiner,

lQ-9 P O R ts1Z1 Dolphins. The hassle was sched- NATTU.

ule to be finished yesterday

prior to a full nine inning gameat Intramural Golf
1. Who holds the record for Jax U yesterday. Results were

the most 20-game winning sea- not available at press time. Activity BeginsMainside

sons by a left handed pitcher? Last Thursday the Fliers were intramural golf play

2. Who was the last National shutout 13-0 by the Salisbury got off to a rather slow start,

Leaguer to pile up 200 hits in Team of the Class D Carolina with almost half the scheduled

his first full season? League. The Fliers were let games postponed. Last week there

3. Who holds the one-season down without a hit by Pete were only six games played.

major league mark for being Fountain as the Sallies tallied six NARTU has replaced VA165on

hit by the, pitcher? times in the first, added one in the schedule. All participantsare

4. What football team broke the second, fourth and seventh, advised to make appropriate
three in the eight and another
Oklahoma's 52-g a m e winning changes.
streak with a 7-0 victory in 1957? I in the ninth. ; 4 }! .2b Yo'.w. i5+7/ y Newly entered NARTU won
4: 1'A. 'rTi L w 4 : (.,. ;
(Answering to the Quiz) Ron Tucker takes to the mound { :% u. its: first match against VAP-62;

'aw1Ia C TON .t tomorrow as the Fliers host the rb.'4. Marines defeated VP-5; Hospital

'9S6I strong Fort Gordon, Ga. club at DID HE OR DIDNT HE?-No, Jax Navy shortstop Bob 'B" beat Hospital "A"; Admin
UJ sawn 'osou Mason Field at 1300, in the first Jacobsmeyex did not get back in time on this play, a* Jax under-stroked A/C Maint; VAP62 -
53 p ejuuTj-j $ of a three-game series. Single University first sacker Paul Roey beats him to the bag on a won over VP-30; and Faetu
sSerpeu Jisuuputo 8G6I The here last ended in
double play. game played Wednesday a
outshot Operations to completethe
'qJ jo jpjuuoooi-j '(fuss, 'Z games are set for .1400 Saturdayand 7-7 draw, and was completed as a preliminary to a regular
.mones ua| 'uqBdg U922 M 'I Sunday. nine-inning affair yesterday at JU. second week of competition.

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Local Units If I

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(Continued from Page 1)) ClassifiedFOR

naveral. The destroyers Decatur

and Perry will be spotted to retrieve SALE

the astronuat if he goes Ortega Hill Home-3 bdrm., 2 bath,

out of range. All the destroyersare + FHA loan, 7390 Plneville Dr.; Mr.
home-based at Mayport,, Nooney.By .
while the Lake Champlain is Owner-2 story home, 3 bdrm.,
based FHA loan avail, Murray Hill; G. H. Davidson -
at Newport, R.I.
4 EV 8-3017.
The job of the entire task S 4 1 1tiF" FOR RENT
.%C ''+,S4%::
force is to : : 'f :
track' the capsule as : Avondale Gar. Apt.-Comp. furn. avail.

it leaves its pad and fish the as- a4 :, : May 5, at 1346 Wolfe St.; Mrs. J. Wil-

tronaut out of the water quickly. : }. born, Ext. 322.
The Mobile Home-37', 2 bdrm., full bath,
capsule will be aimed for
a $50 per mo.; A. B. Herrod Alcap, EV
circle eight miles in radius 7-4952 or Ext. 8393.

around the Lake Champlain's Duplex-2 bdrm., furn. $90; Boyette,
position. ADC, EV 4-3112 or EV 44687.

The helicopter rescue teams House In Country-3 bdrm., furn., $75
which per mo. Mri. Pearl Cherry, CO 25295.
have been also assigned to
Trailer-2 bdrm., 1869 Klngtley Ave.,
pick up the astronaut are partof Palm Trailer Park; Gerald Frye. CO

Marine Air Group 26 based 49685.
aboard the Champlain. : !t LFAW11 Furn. Duplex'-2 bdrm., adults. EV

Orders have 4-3112 or EV 44687.
gone out to all '
hands Gar. Apt. Avail.-Comp. furn., 1346
not to
speak to the astro-
Wolfe St., Avondale; Mri. J. Wilborn,
naut as they pick him up, unlesshe RADIO SCHOOL GRADS-Capt. rienfro Turner, Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven Ext. 322.

speaks first. Psychologists and last Thursday awarded certificates of completion to 12 enlisted graduates of the Wing Lakeshore Home-3 bdrm. unfurn.,

doctors want him to tell his own Radio School. The ceremony represented the culmination of 13 weeks of intensive training to avail new. $90 per mo.; N. R. Willis,
story prepare the men as prospective radio operators in patrol type aircraft. First row (left right) are EV 95954.
in his own way, as part of Carl Eskridge, AN; J. C. Liberty, ATS3: R. W. Darsey ATN3 G. A. Land ATN3 J. H. Harsh- Furn. & bath, 1 bdrm.,
the overall study. barger ATN3 and R. E. Seats, ATN3. Second row Lt. A. J. Place, communications officer S. D. Apt.rma.
$70 3859 Herschell St. Mri.
Plemons, ATN3 L. S. Smith. ATN3; D, A. Johnson ATRAN: J. R. Elstad AN; and B. D. Webb, per mo. ;
'RM2, and W. C. Clark RMC, instructors. Clark.
Furn. Apt.2 bdrmt., $80 per mo.
3431 Broadway Ave; call EV 8-8486 aft.

Fuel Depot Marks HUGE FLOATING 5 p.m. G. R. THIS Estabrook.'N' THAT

Ride Wanted-From Jax Beach to O&R,
DRYDOCK HEADS 1530 to 2400; R. A. Peterson, CH 62719.

10th Anniversary FOR SCOTLANDA Lady desires female companion to
help drive to Detroit vicinity last of Mayor
The Navy Fuel Depot of Jacksonville, located on Hecksher huge floating drydock, first of June; EV 41143.

,;: :., >It'r. Drive, last Tuesday celebrated its 10th year of operation since its taken out of mothballs at Ride Wanted-To Bldg. 500. NATTU,

'','.,, establishment) by the Secretary of the Navy as a naval activity on Green Cove Springs Naval 0715-1555, from 1402 Belmont Ave.,
:( corner Nira & Belmont; Vergie Green,
April 25, 1951. Station, Monday began a voy- EV 8-4692 or Ext. 465.
.jr the ceremonies
During special
Beneficial Suggestions submitted. age to Holy Loch, Scotland to
commemorating the occasion, serve the Navy's ballistic mis- Local ChapterContinued
Lcdr. E. C. Eliot, officer in chargeof Special recognition was also sile submarines there.

the Depot read to the assembled given to other employees for Seven tugs started from ( from Page 1))

employees, a messageof length of service, and minimumor Mayport Naval Station with problems of interest to membersof
little use of sick leave. the local chapter.
congratulations received from '
"Big Seven, which is being
Rear Adm. T. A. Long, Deputyand Captain Reedy, at an organize?
towed in sections. The tripis
t Assistant Chief of Bureauof tional meeting held last Friday,
: Regional Surplus. expected to take 32 days.
Supplies and Accounts, Navy When it is assembled in at the Officers Club, appointed
temporary officers to assist himas
Department. Holy Loch, Big Seven will be
Sales Seminar chairman, with the plans for
ADMIRAL LONG stated: 425 feet long, 240 feet wide
"Your role in supplying and dis- and weight 20,800 tons. The the new group. Among those
Hosted CSSOSome named were Capt. J. J. Davis Jr.
+ trubuting bulk fuel for the Jack- By Navy dismantled the Big
Supply Officer, vice chairman;
j sonville complex of Naval Acti- Seven in four sections for tow-

{ vities is an important element in 35 military and civilian ing. Phil Myers, Deputy Comptroller,

supporting our fleet. May you I. representatives from various De- secretary; Capt. R. E. Clements,

have continuing success." fense Department agencies in the assistant O&R Department, chair-
; Florida area participated in a "My three boys stick together- man of the by laws committee;

,t d}? + ? .w. THE CEREMONIES also included I Florida Regional Sales Seminar when one boy gets into trouble, W. B. Howard, O&R Department,
the traditional recogni-
held by the Consolidated Sur- neither of the others will tell chairman of the nominating com-
tion of employees for various ac-
complishments. "Plank Owner"certificates plus Sales Office at NAS Jax on him". mittee; Leonard Eubanks, Industrial -

last week. Relations Officer, chairman -
were awarded to nine "Then how do you find out
$,, 3? employees of the Depot who have Objectives of the Seminar, of the program committee;
which one to punish?
and Comdr. W. E. Scantlebury,
which concluded last Friday
been on board the activity since
"It's easy. I send them all to Comptroller, chairman of the
1951. These include C. T. New- were twofold: ((1)) to discuss the ..
aspects of surplus property bed without supper. Then the membership committee.
some, Ralph A. John, Reedy many
Ellis, R. L. Hodges, Judge Cooley, disposal operations as it is related next morning I thrash the one Next meeting is scheduled for

Virgil A. Green, Willie Allen, to the sale of government with a blackeye". June 15.

aO xKr. w. ':E'my 'Y,a: Woodrow W. Hale, and Sam property with emphasis on im-

Bolden. proving methods of lotting, de-

Certificates and lapel pins for scribing and displaying property
offered for sale and in
OLD-FASHION-Curvy Leslie were
Parrish, star of "Portraitof awarded to Carl T. McQuaig Sr., techniques of merchandising,
a Mobster," shows that a Virgil A. Green, C. T. Newsome, marketing and methods of con- 45 k;:
girl with the right administration
measure- tract employed by
menus can look provocative W. W. Hale, R. A. John, Leroy
the Consolidated Surplus Sales
even in an old fashioned bath Sneed, and Freddie Tyson.
ing suit of the 20's. George Levy and George T. Office; ((2)) to allow participating
holding activities to present and
Howell received cash awards for
More Films ListedAt discuss common problems cur-

"I knew them danged scien- rently faced or anticipated as a $ b

Faetu LibraryMore tists would keep a'foolin' around result of the new ConsolidatedSales

until they did something they Program concept as de- {
films have been addedto
hadn't oughter stormed the the Defense
the long list available for veloped by Depart- p:
old man of the hills. "Now look ment.
check out by units at Faetulant .
{ { ,
what they've done and did.
Film Library Building 168. The Consolidated Surplus Sales
"What's that Pa asked hi'
New films are: Office here is one of 35 estab-
wife, "you mean the atom n
lished by the Department of De-
Study of Russia ( bomb?"
fense the six months
during past ,
BD) 30 minutes. Title self-ex-
"Heck, no", exploded the old
in 25 geographical areas to pro-
planatory. man, "they've discivered some- {
vide a single sales office in each
Survival Training River Cross- thing besides likker for a cold." COMMENDED AT VA-44-Awards as Bluejacket of the
ing (MV09404-L), 13 minutes. .... of these areas. Month and Outstanding Plane Captain of the Month were

Explains different techniques of Judge: And what possible reason Capt. B. L. McCreery, assistant awarded at Attack Squadron 44 to J. W. Tlppette AOI, (right)

river. crossing. could you have for acquit- Supply Officer of NAS, deliveredthe and L. B. Raybon. ATAN. Tippette was commended for his
outstanding performance of
duty as shop petty officer. He was
Using Visuals in Your Speech ting the defendant? keynote and welcom- commended for his fine Job in keeping the squadron radar and

(MN-9529), 16 minutes. Shows Jury: Insanity, sir. ing address. Officer in charge of bombing availability at a high peak through the excellent utilization -

how to use different training aids Judge: Wha -an twelve of the local CSSO is Comdr. L. of limited personnel Raybon received his citation while ,
to serving as plane captain on the AD line. He was commended
supplement your speech. you? Hansley.
completing his tasks in an exceptional manner.